The AACE has produced a position statement addressing population-specific challenges and practical steps for clinicians with regard to diabetes care for African Americans, Latinx/Hispanics, Asian Americans, and Native Americans.
The use of a smartphone-based progressive muscle relaxation was found to be associated with a reduction in monthly headache days and depression scores in patients with migraine.
Vitamins and supplements sold at CVS Pharmacy will now go through third party testing to verify the accuracy of the dietary ingredients listed on the packaging and to confirm that the product is free of certain additives.
A workplace wellness program improves certain self-reported health behaviors but does not impact clinical measures of health or health care spending.
Taking at least 20 minutes per day to leisurely walk or sit in a place that makes you feel in contact with nature can significantly lower stress hormone levels.
Older adults who spend more time on leisure-time physical activity — even those adults who have been sedentary throughout adulthood — may experience a lower risk of mortality.
Engaging with media while exercising may provide important motivation for those who are exercise-averse.
Healthcare interventions should assess the multiple layers of a person’s life, rather than simply classifying marginalized groups as vulnerable.
As the global population grows, food sustainability and its effect on public health becomes even more important.
Watching episodes of the television medical drama House resulted in a significant shift in perceptions of obesity among medical students.
Nearly 12% of Americans live in households considered food insecure.
If there’s one thing hospitals are not known for, it’s culinary success.
There are several concerns associated with produce prescription programs, despite the benefits to patients.
Systemic interventions are needed to address the “broad spectrum” of issues and challenges facing the food system in the United States.
The modern American diet is widely recognized as a major determinant of morbidity and mortality.
FPIES is a gastrointestinal food-associated hypersensitivity that often affects infants and toddlers and is marked by vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, and pallor.
The field of nutritional epidemiology needs radical reform.
To investigate the link between organic food consumption and cancer risk, study authors conducted a population-based prospective cohort study among French adults.
Between the double shifts and stressful days, keeping energy up and eating right can seem like an insurmountable challenge.
A newly-adopted AMA policy supports excise taxes on sugar-sweetened drinks, the use of warning labels to inform consumers about the potential health consequences of consumption, and plain packaging.